Worship Interludes: Sifting [Episode 28, May 9, 2017]

“Simon, Simon, behold, Satan demanded to have you, that he might sift you like wheat, but I have prayed for you that your faith may not fail. And when you have turned again, strengthen your brothers.”  (Luke 22:31-32, ESV)

There are days when I feel as if I’m being sifted.  No matter how much I personally pray, read the Bible, or put myself into the right place, I feel temptation and the darkness of my flesh all around me.

It’s on days like this that I have to rally, stand in faith, and do all I can to also strengthen others.

Life has been a bit hectic for me and I’ve felt the sifting these past few days.   Today’s interlude is my interpretation of that inner conflict.   (I might add that the droning, repeating pattern is also fantastic for lulling you into a trance-like sleep, so enjoy the rest!)

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  • Bill

    I know that feeling of “sifting” all too well! Been feeling it lately myself. I have to remind myself that God, my heavenly Father loves me and is compassionate towards me, and that what is being “sifted” out of me is a good thing for my spirit man even though my flesh hates it. Yet, I thank Him and praise Him because He knows just where I am and knows the process I’m going through will result in life and abundance if I am patient and in faith! What an awesome God we serve!!! Daddy Bill.